Archives for August 2018
Honey Crinkle Cookies and an Israeli Update to Mandelbrot
A cookie version of the classic new year honey cake plus a pomegranate-infused mandelbrot studded with chocolate chips.
Amos Oz on Challenging God, in Search of Justice
The Israeli author discusses the rebellious streak that is woven throughout Jewish history and the creative energy that rises from tension and debate.
Safe Aging Is Wise Aging: Wear a Bicycle Helmet
Several members commented upon Hadassah Magazine's July/August 2018 cover, which featured a woman on a bicycle.
The Latest Tourism Pitch: See Israel by Bike
When completed, the Israel Bike Trail will be a continuous mountain biking experience connecting Mount Hermon in the north to Eilat in the south.
The Vera Institute of Justice Honors Its Namesake
Named for legendary Jewish philanthropist Vera Schweitzer, the institute provides legal services and advocates for prison reform.
Budo for Peace in the Middle East
An Israeli nonprofit is using martial arts—also known as budo—to unite youth from diverse backgrounds to foster coexistence and dialogue.
Making Honey as a Third Career
Kara Brook is the honey entrepreneur behind Waxing Kara, a producer of small-batch honey and items from candles to lotions.